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political analyst. ari, you said earlier and i heard you, that you didn't believe that mr. ryan was acting out of kilter there but was being fairly reasonable with a rather jumped up local reporter. but isn't it the case that every ailment in society according to paul ryan is solved by tax cuts? everything from leprosy to the deficit? >> i think that's his you view. >> so that was a fair interaction. >> one of the problems we have is sort of the jumpiness. andrew sullivan finds a poll, freaks out, and you kind of got to tell him to fall back, and i saw at least on buzz feed they originally ran with the big headline that ryan stormed out of this interview and then people said, well, he ended it early. you get caught up on those kerfuffles. it's a clear illustration of his view. i don't think he was out of line in the way he answered the question. he pointed only to charities to solve these problems. there's reames of research that shows local charities do great work but they cannot conquer the kind of issue that is were on the table there. >> i don't know, to that point, the specific elemen
bless flint, michigan. so that line of questioning here for mr. ryan was understandable. maybe even predictable. but beyond the newsworthiness of paul ryan getting up and taking off his microphone and ending the interview and beyond the newsworthiness of the campaign going after this reporter, there was what that reporter was able to elicit from paul ryan. there's his prescription for what it takes to get out of poverty if you live in the inner city. >> the best thing to help prevent violent crime in the inner cities is to bring opportunity in the inner cities, help people get out of poverty, help teach people good discipline, good character. >> are all people who are poor only poor because they have not been taught good character? or only poor people in the inner cities who are poor because they don't have good character? they don't have good discipline, they need to be taught that. you watching at home, do you not make a lot of money? was there a time you didn't have a lot of money? is that because you have bad character? if i were the romney/ryan campaign i would probably try to
the stage last night. >> now you're jack kennedy. >> as he went on offense against paul ryan. >> joe was definitely joe. >> it's about time they take some responsibility here. >> i'm not into man fights. >> mr. ryan said last night to governor romney was a car guy. well, if they had an elevator stack i guess he was. >> today the campaigning continues the post debate campaigning has already kicked into high gear. >> we're going to level the playing field. it's time to acknowledge what got us into this trouble in the first place. >> the vice president defends the status quo. >> that's a bunch of ma larky. the. >> paul ryan care about each and every american. >> stop caring about how you care about people. show me something. >> the table is now reset. >> with the v.p. debate now over. >> who gets to hit the panic button next? >> with 25 days until the presidential election, the obama re-election campaign is seizing on this statement by paul ryan in last night's debate. >> if the romney/ryan ticket is elected, should those who believe that abortion should remain legal be worried? >> we d
debate. president obama saying yesterday that joe just needs to be joe. for mr. ryan, this will be his first nationally-televised debate. the up and comer knows biden is a veteran politician with more experience at these events, but he says biden cannot run from president obama's record. a fox news poll just out finds vice president biden has a negative favorability rating, 44% have a favorable opinion of the vice president, 47% hold an unfavorable view. meanwhile, paul ryan is viewed favorably by 46%, 38% say they have an unfavorable view. but a lot of folks still don't know congressman ryan very well. they will be getting a chance to get to know him in tonight's debate. michael barone is senior political analyst for the washington examiner and a fox news distribute contributor. michael, what are you going to be watching for tonight? >> well, i'm going to be watching two people who have been good retail politicians, joe biden has won seven senate elections in delaware, a small state with only three counties. people expect to get to know their senators. paul ryan has won seven house ra
it of the 43-year-old candidate, mr. ryan, who acted in a calm, cool, reasonable reserved way. not the old politician with 36 years in the senate. watching it, really reminded me of -- >> -- you have an example, peter, of what you say are the scare tactics used in this -- >> -- let's look at it. [ laughter ] [scary. [ laughter ] >> that was -- that was unintentional. but that. >> that's frightening. >> play it again. i think it's important. let's play that again. let see what that is that is dr. evil on one side. now joe biden is not dr. evil. is he an honorable american investor isn't a and patriot. when you look at this kind of unhinged unbridled, unfettered that michael laughing and looking up at the sky and throwing your eyes back and throwing your head back and looking and interrupting 80 different times, you say, you know, has he he become a movie character? are the gaffes intentional? or are the gaffes not intentional? can he control himself or can he not control himself? can he he control himself when he takes about benghazi and blows out the state department and comes up with a ne
-sponsorship with todd akin? is that included? mr. romney said today under duress that the romney/ryan position is the romney/ryan position, there's no difference between them. and he said you'll hear more about it at the vice presidential debate tomorrow. i bet you will. joining us now is steve kornacki, co-host of "the cycle." thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> the democrats have been aggressive in driving their campaigning on this issue, because they think that's a key issue for locking up the women's vote. with this walkback, this attempted and failed walkback that happened within the last 24 hours from the romney campaign, do you think that's going to have an impact there? >> yeah. there's some interesting data that came out in the last few days which i think is what was initially behind what mitt romney said, taking a more moderate position on abortion. first you had this poll that came out in ohio, showing obama ahead of romney by four. the gender gap in this thing was astounding. among men, romney had a 16-point lead in ohio. among women, 60-38, obama. that is like a 38-
the debate got a mention before a crowd of 4,000 in michigan by a guy who introduced ryan as a fellow hunter and a fellow fan of rock 'n roll, none other than mr. kid rock. >> i enjoyed it so much, i think i might throw a keg party for the ryan-biden debate. >> of course in the interview with a flint, michigan affiliate ended abbankruruptly ended with. >> the best thing to fight crime in inner cities is to -- >> you can do all that by cutting taxes, with a big tax cut? >> those are your words, not mine, thank you very much sir. >> that was kind of strange. >> the campaign that was michael steele the press secretary was putting a white paper in front of the camera. the reporter knew he was already well over the allotted time to the interview when he decided to ask a weird question. ryan spongded as anyone would in such a situation, when you do nearly 12 hung interviews in a couple of months, eventually you're going to see a local reporter embarrass himself. >>> romney will take questions on thursday night at the winter green resort in virginia where he even did debate prep on an indoor tennis
obama's performance last week, but the vice-president aggressively challenged every point ryan made, prompting this exchange. >> mr. vice president, i know you're under a lot of duress... >> ( laughs ) >> ...to make up for lost ground, but i think people would be better served if we don't keep interrupting each other. >> well, don't take all the four minutes, then. >> woodruff: the president was quick to hail that performance immediately after the debate. >> i thought joe biden was terrific tonight. i could not be prouder of him. i thought he made a very strong case. >> woodruff: republican ryan sounded upbeat about how he'd done at a diner this morning before leaving lexington, kentucky. >> i felt great about it. >> reporter: did you feel knocked around by him? >> no, it's what i expected. >> woodruff: and mitt romney praised his running mate in richmond, virginia. >> there was one person onstage last night who was thoughtful and respectful, steady and poised, the kind of person you want to turn to in... in a crisis. and that was the next vice- president of the united states, paul
happened with the u.s. consulate in benghazi was a consequence of the romney-ryan campaign, as though their political rhetoric is somehow what's creating a investigation and the nation's concern about why the administration held on so long arguing that it wasn't terrorism. well, today mr. romney answered back pretty toughly. listen to this. >> mr. president, this is an issue because we were attacked successfully by terrorists on the anniversary of 9-11. president obama, this is an issue because americans wonder why it was that took so long for you and your administration to admit that this was a terrorist attack. this is a very serious issue. these are very serious questions and the american people deserve serious answers and i hope they come soon. >> the fact is, there have been a lot of republicans who have been critical of the romney campaign for not making as big as issue as many would have him do. while he has made a big foreign policy speech just this week, it hasn't been a main staple of his rhetoric. today was in response to the obama administration's criticism. but not a top
about medicare. can i ask you? boswell: mr. latham voted twice on the ryan budget which takes money out. >> moderator: let me ask you about medicare. you have far to exchange attacks on medicare in your ads and they have been some of the same attacks we have seen between mr. romney and president obama and the fact checkers actually have been having a field day with the charges on both sides so i would like it if we could try to sort out the facts. first of all we have already heard from congressman latham about the money, the affordable care act takes savings and cuts to providers through medicare. you voted for that. wayzata good idea of? boswell: the medicare adjustment extends the life from medicare and gives us time to work on it which i certainly think we need to do and nobody is being denied the care. when they started it up and the insurance companies those that were ministering made big profits and we will set at different times we are to bring that back and say that and we did that with the affordable care at. we did that and it extends the life 10 years. if you turn it over li
the country, as has his position in the poll as he tightened it up in the battle ground states. paul ryan was on the stump. he went international, going after president obama as did mr. romney as well today, for failing to curb what both of them say is china's currency manipulation and unfair trade practices. this will be a big theme in the debate. here is paul ryan earlier today. >> the administration had their eighth chance to label china a currency manipulator. it's due in two days. they say they'll push this deadline off until after the election. that's eight opportunities they had to say you know what? play fair with us. trade with us fairly. we've lost hundreds of thousands of jobs, according to one study, because of just this problem. >> mr. romney made it a hundred two punch by suggesting that the president has failed when it comes to expanding america's free trade overseas by his inability to both sign and negotiate any new trade pacts. the president has signed a few, but they were negotiated by president george w. bush and there is one that has been negotiated, but not yet signe
congressman paul ryan go at it thursday night. while it was one of the better watched debates, it still couldn't hold a candle to 2008. more than 73 million watched mr. biden and alaska governor sarah palin, making it the most-watched vice presidential debate in u.s. history. >>> now, we have two reports. first on the president's agenda for today. nbc's mike viqueira is joining me live from the white house. >> hello, alex. >> let's get what the president's doing today. studying, i believe. >> yeah, training camp, debate camp, call it what you will. you remember he went for three days before that first debate to nevada. of course a swing state. he goes to another swing state. but a little bit closer to home to train for another three days to practice to go over the issues, the answers, the zingers, perhaps, at least to be more aggressive. that's what the white house is promising. he's going to be very local here in williamsburg, virginia. perhaps about a two-hour drive. although the president, of course, is going to be flying down there. he's there for three days. he's going to be ensconced beh
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